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For starters with a one way ticket, you will need to prove you are leaving Thailand within the time limits of your visa or entry stamp BEFORE they will let you on the airplane. And claiming you are buying a car to drive yourself out of the country will not satisfy the requirement. You will need to either get a long stay visa or buy a throw away air ticket ...


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Please bear in mind that it's a quite long whole day journey. There are the following option to get from Langkawi to Phuket. I believe the same should work in reverse. By ferry: Tigerline (~3300-3700 THB) Service was launched at the end of 2012. High season route only (operating Nov - April). Check in point located inside the Kuah Jetty (located in ...


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Malaysians can enter Thailand without a visa for up to 30 days. If you plan to stay longer you need a tourist visa. The Immigration officials may require proof of departure, for which a copy of your flight booking will suffice and they may require proof of financial support, which for a single person is 10,000 Baht or the equivalent in Ringgit (they maybe ...


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Malaysian citizens do not need a visa to visit Thailand. See the embassy guidelines for visa requirements. So all you would need is a valid passport.


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Assuming he is British or has the necessary papers to enter the UK (for example EU citizen), and the problem is how to pay for a flight, you can use for example Western Union to send money so he can pay for a flight. That's their business and they have been doing this for years, so you can be quite sure that your money will arrive at the right person. They ...


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It is possible to apply for a Tourist Visa for Thailand at Thai Embassies other than your home country, however when applying abroad the embassy may require more documentation of your intent, such as planned itineraries, bookings for accommodations, etc. Too many folks have been scamming the system to live in Thailand without proper long term visas. In ...


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I have never had trouble with Bangkok taxi-drivers. Most of them are honest; the rest, tolerably honest. Even if one does rip you off, their idea of a big score is what in New York would constitute bus-fare. The SkyTrain does not go all the way to Suvarnabhumi. Take the Airport/City train, which is about $3, and then get the SkyTrain (about 75ยข) the rest ...


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The answer depends a bit on which airport you are flying through and if you are doing international or domestic flights. Personally I would find a room and get some sleep. There are lots of economical hotel options nearby Suvarnabhumi Airport, most with shuttle service. Don Muang Airport also has nearby lodging, though your choices are considerably fewer. ...


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From airport to center of Bangkok you may go by using skytrain. It's the fastest and easiest way. After 9 pm, all normal places already closed. And at the midnight the only places are open is a clubs with prostitutes. Sad but true. However, if you search something more attractive than thai transvestites, I would recomend you to visit Flowers Night Market ...


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How long has your friend overstayed his "visa" and what sort of entry permit did he come in under? If he has only overstayed for a week or two, he should likely be able to show up for his flight home, prepared to pay the overstay fine. If he has been flying under the radar with an expired visa for a long period of time, he would be best to check with his ...



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